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I got the msg, '' Error loading c:\User\santosh\AppData\Roaming\k

I was using the net to update my antivirus. when i restarted the laptop, i got the msg,
'' Error loading c:UsersantoshAppDataRoamingknebm.dll
The specified module could not be found.''

i tried searching it on google bt didnt found any resluts... what should i do ??? whr should i get that dll file??? pz help...

pz note:name of my pc is 'santosh' n i have dell studio 14 with windows vista home premium.

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You can give this a go but touching registry files are best dealt with by the pro's (or informed and confident ametuers).

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These files are crucial to your pc's health and well-being and are vulnrable to attack by Spyware and Troja Horses. If changes are made at this level your antivirus software may not detect it and could comprimise the safety of your pc (or the stuff you keep on it).

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